HW Pick: “Empire” Casting Director Leah Daniels-Butler Speaks At Respectability Awards

Leah Daniels-Butler is a casting director and producer most notable for launching the careers of gifted actors like Best Actress Nominee and one-time Harem resident Gaborey Sidebe, star of the Academy Award winning film “Precious.” Continue Reading →

Detroit: John Singleton And “Snowfall” Red Carpet In Detroit (Photographs)

Last night, FX Networks hosted a screening of “Snowfall” and Red Carpet for the community of Detroit at the Emagine Royal Oak theater. Continue Reading →

MTV To Bring “Wild ‘N Out” To NYC Barbershops

MTV is bringing the fun and energy of its hit comedy series “Wild ‘N Out” to a neighborhood barbershop in New York and Atlanta. Continue Reading →

Lucy Liu Is Directing “Luke Cage” Season 2 Premiere In Harlem

BuzzFeed News can exclusively reveal that Lucy Liu (pictured on right) is directing the Season 2 premiere of Marvel’s Luke Cage, which is set to be released on Netflix in 2018. Continue Reading →

Atlanta: “Bossip On WE” Premiered Red Carpet Launch Party 2017 (Photographs)

Last week, Bossip and WE tv teamed up to celebrate the fabulous launch of their newest series “Bossip on WE” which premiered Thursday, July 6, 2017 at 10/9c. Continue Reading →

Netflix’s ‘Luke Cage’ Just Found Its Season Two Villains In Harlem

Harlem’s Luke Cage is set to return in 2018, and the villains are about to be even more diabolical. The Night Of’s Mustafa Shakir and Insecure’s Gabrielle Dennis have joined the series as John McIver and Tilda Johnson, respectively. Continue Reading →

TV One Presents 11th Season Of Unsung, Featuring Jagged Edge

This episode of Unsung examines the journey of R&B supergroup Jagged Edge, whose melodic harmonies dominated the early 2000s with back-to-back number one hits and two double platinum albums. Continue Reading →

TV One Presents 11th Season Of Unsung, Featuring Wyclef Jean

TV Ones longest-running and award-winning series Unsung moves to Sunday nights and kicks off an electrifying 11th season with a premiere featuring Wyclef Jean. It has been 20 years since the debut of Wyclef Jean‘s first solo album, The Carnival. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Ed Sullivan, From The Ed Sullivan Show, 1901 – 1974

Edward Vincent “Ed” Sullivan, September 28, 1901 – October 13, 1974, was a US entertainment writer and television host, best known as the presenter of the television variety program The Toast of the Town, now usually remembered under its second name, The Ed Sullivan Show. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Kelis To Judge Pitch Battle Across The Pond

Gammy winner and Harlemite Kelis joins the new shiny-floor TV series Pitch Battle in London she aims to do for singing what another Harlemite Alicia Keys did on The Voice in the states – she’ll be making dreams come true in the judges’ chairs. Continue Reading →

Lucy Liu Spotted In Harlem On The Set Of Luke Cage Season 2

Comic Book reports that it looks like the second season of Luke Cage is about to get a little more… elementary. Continue Reading →

Get Ready Harlem, Luke Cage Season 2 Starts Filming Today

Comic Book reports that Citizens of Harlem might be hearing reports of a man with unbreakable skin over the next few months. Continue Reading →

‘The Manns’ Season Finale Tonight On TV One

The Mann clan hits the road for their comedy and concert tour on the season finale of The Manns, airing Tuesday, June 6, 2017, at 8 p.m. ET on TV One.
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Roland Martin Launches #HBCUGivingDay Campaign On Wendy Williams (Video)

Award-winning TV Host, Journalist, Author and Advocate Roland Martin announced during his recent appearance on “The Wendy Williams Show” his new initiative to raise money for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Continue Reading →

The Beatles Invade Harlem New York 1964

beatles sliderAs 13 Beatles Albums and 4 Compilations Now Free to Stream Online this week, we think about the Beatles when they visited Harlem.

On Saturday, February 8, 1964, the day before the Beatles’ much anticipated appearance on Harlem’s Ed Sullivan the New York City weather was blustery, the landscape bleached of essential color. Continue Reading →